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(05-29-2012, 07:46 PM)tulpatalk Wrote: Don't forget meme-sprouting and butthurt atheist!

Heh, yeah, but then again I did say "ultra liberal" and being a butthurt atheist is kinda part of the package there. It's funny because I'm an atheist myself, but I REALLY can't stand those types of atheists, they make us all look bad.

(05-29-2012, 07:46 PM)tulpatalk Wrote: Hah. We actually should look into expanding there. Most of us are too hostile to the stereotypical redditfag, so they would be scared off. The moderates who can either stand the hate or don't incite it would be good to have.

Hmmm....on one hand I'm pretty sure most of the stereotypical redditfags would be scared off since, unlike on reddit, they can't quickly downvote off threads that don't agree with their ultra liberal politically correct eyes.

On the other hand, if we aggressively try to expand from Reddit and other websites like that, we'll inevitably get some annoying liberal, politically correct obsessed hipsters that won't GTFO and will go on about how we're all a bunch of evul white males who objectify women with female tulpas or some shit like that.
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(05-29-2012, 07:46 PM)tulpatalk Wrote: Don't forget meme-sprouting and butthurt atheist!

Hah. We actually should look into expanding there. Most of us are too hostile to the stereotypical redditfag, so they would be scared off. The moderates who can either stand the hate or don't incite it would be good to have.

I feel so special
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#43
4chan
For Science!
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I did it for a short time before, the gave up on it because everything just went screwy. then I saw a thread about it on a Lego-block building game forum I frequent, and now I'm here.
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reading shit on the net about... I MEAN researching thoughtforms. eventually i was pointed in the right direction and came here and spied the forums. For like an hour.
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4chan. Stayed on /sci/ for a few weeks, found a tulpa thread, got connected to the tulparangers and louderthanthunder, read the /mlp/ threads, got the updated guides from tulpa.info when it was just starting, read about the irc, forgot about the whole thing, got bored, went on the irc, registered on the forums. Yay. Now I'm making a tulpa.
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#47
I heard about this through my one friend, who is a bit ludicrous when it comes to things that require effort. I think he heard it from /x/ or somewhere else.
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#48
Well, I found out about tulpas on 4chan. Faq man's guide was posted up on there. I was really quite curious about it, and I had a few questions. So I sent him an email and he sent me a reply.

Got an email a couple months later from him telling me about the site.
I've known this site has been here since the beginning of may, but I have only just started using the forums.

So uuh, hi.
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#49
4chan.
But i knew tulpa four years ago.
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(06-26-2012, 10:24 PM)Iroha Wrote: 4chan.
But i knew tulpa four years ago.

Well shit, I guess I'm not the only one who found out about them 4 years ago but was too lazy to actually make one until now. Did you first hear about them from /x/? Back in the day my tulpa threads consisted of about 5 people who were actually curious and about 100 people spouting "schizophrenia" at every opportunity and generally de-railing the thread. And an avatar/namefag who apparently had a white Michael Jackson tulpa that he was sexually attracted to, but he was actually rather helpful and chill. Perhaps you were among the few who contributed to the threads.
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